New developments near northwave ec
Kampung Admiralty (海军部村庄) located next to admiralty MRT station is envisaged to foster greater community bonding and reignite the kampung spirit of yesteryear. (Heng, Chua, 2014)
• Ground tier: Retail Shops, Community Plaza
• Mid tier: Hawker Centre, two-level Admiralty Medical Centre
• Top tier: Studio Apartments, Eldercare & childcare facilities, Community Park
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The Woodlands Health Campus will be an integrated healthcare facility that will include an acute hospital, a community hospital and a nursing home. The hospital will serve the anticipated increase in demand for healthcare services in the northern region of Singapore, as our population grows and ages. In line with our vision and mission to better take care of the population in the North, this facility will be the first of the four new acute hospitals which the Ministry of Health had earlier announced that it would build. (Click here to view news article.)
The new hospital will be located along Woodlands Drive 17, opposite Christ Church Secondary School. The site is easily accessible by SLE and BKE, and will also be within walking distance to the future Woodlands South MRT station.
The acute and community hospitals and nursing home will provide some 1,800 beds in total. The development is targeted to open progressively from 2022.
Located in the Admiralty neighbourhood, the Admiralty Medical Centre will enable residents to have easy access to these high-quality healthcare services right at their door-step:
Ready in 2017, community nurses and other healthcare professionals will use the centre as a base to reach out and care for the chronic disease patients, engaging them to better manage their conditions. The proximity of care is especially beneficial to the elderly and home-bound residents in the neighbourhood.
Being in the heart of the community, the centre will be able to actively involve residents, assessing their health and helping them adopt healthy lifestyle habits.
|*Visuals of kampung lifestyle at Admiralty Medical Centre from Housing and Development Board (HDB) and Ministry of Health (MOH), in partnership with Alexandra Health System, National Environment Agency, Early Childhood Development Agency and Ministry of Social and Family Development|
With new transport connections, fresh commercial space and room to grow, Woodlands Regional Centre is set to realise its full potential as Singapore’s Northern Gateway. As well as providing a direct connection to the city centre, the Thomson MRT line will host an interchange station with the future cross-border rail link to Malaysia. Comprising the districts of Woodlands Central and Woodlands North Coast, Woodlands Regional Centre has 700,000sqm of new commercial space planned and more than 100ha of developable land for expansion, which is comparable to other regional hubs such as Jurong Lake District and Tampines Regional Centre.